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Much of the mainstream media has ignored it. All but one or two cable news networks ignored it. The Huffington Post even admitted to deliberately ignoring it: the arrest, trial, and conviction of notorious late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell. You don't have to have lived under a rock to be unaware of the most scandalously under-covered story of the decade--Kermit Gosnell, who for over 20 years routinely birthed babies past 24 weeks and killed them by severing their spinal chords with scissors, continues to be a purposefully ignored criminal not in the news.
Today, there are efforts to put the story about this infant serial killer in a television movie dramatization that hopefully will inform and raise the consciences of a generation to what takes place in many abortion facilities. Kermit Gosnell's business was not the only one, and his practice of infanticide is not isolated, despite what abortion defenders have claimed.
TLFR welcomes Ann McElhinney to the show, one of the producers of the Gosnell film. Ann and co-producer Phelim McAleer previously produced the highly successful film "FrackNation." She will tell us about the vision for making a film about Kermit Gosnell and how you can be involved in making it happen.
Actress Sam Sorbo will also be our guest. Sam, wife of actor Kevin Sorbo and host of the Sam Sorbo Show, will talk about her personal support for the Gosnell film and the importance that she and her husband place on the potential impact of this film.
Visit Gosnellmovie.com or Indiegogo to help fund this film.
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Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 2.23: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion marvels at Chip Kelly's precipitous fall from genius to moron status.
Chip Kelly's power consolidation would have gone over better in the USSR.
A big Catch Radius increases red zone opportunites and enhances red zone efficiency.
Despite reports to the contrary, Sam Bradford does has normal human physiology.
Running backs may not be commodities after all.
Mike Wallace is a better deep threat than Jordan Cameron, duh.
Lamenting the the major sports media's inability to understand the difference between probability and certainty.
Chip Kelly knows John Paulsen and has likely read The Greatest Trady by Gregory Zuckerman.
Ryan Mathews and Sam Bradford are embroiled in Collarbone Gate.
Why Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady are immune to the injury prone label.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Sam Jaeger explores a different kind of parenthood in the indie short Plain Clothes. Sam wrote, directed and stars as a cop trying to balance the brutality of his work without bringing it home to his family. In real life, Sam is a family man with two boys who married his college sweetheart. He tells host Robin Milliing how the themes of marriage and family have resonated throughout his projects. He says, 'I guess I've always been fascinated by how we are defined by our families. Parenthood was another avenue of that. The construct of that entire show was we're fallible people but we're trying to do better.'
Growing up in the small quaint Ohio town of Perrysburg, Sam says he sought out the movies rather than 'drinking and sledding.' The Dead Poets Society inspired him to become an actor. His passion for filmmaking began in high school where he'd shoot movies on VHS and offer free rentals in the local video store. He says taking control of the stories he wanted to tell was what compelled him to write and direct.
Recently he took his wife and kids to New Zealand to film the pilot Lumen which he says also touches on the realities of family, but with a sci-fi backdrop.
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Sam Uzi started life in the early-1980s as a cartoon character and then, by the late-80s, had become a full-blown terror in the pre-internet online world of BBSs - frightening the unwary, tormenting the unthinking, and entertaining everyone else. Denizens of FidoNet and NirvanaNet BBSs will remember (fondly, or with deep trepidation) the intermittent arrival of the Clue Police, whenever the stupidity and pig-headedness became unbearable. Ah, the simple innocence of days gone by. Sam Uzi's first novel, Face Pirates, was written in 1997 and published in 2010. Since then he has written and published six more novels, all ostensibly in the science-fiction genre, although he has vastly egotistical pretensions that his work (mostly about people and ideas rather than zap-guns and shiny technology) is more literary fiction than sci-fi potboilers. When he's not writing, Sam is an avid amateur CGI animator, whose latest work, Pancakes (based on the famous 1961 Joe Simonton UFO/alien encounter), is nearing completion. As a basic strategy, Sam makes a point of believing anything and everything, until proven impossible, but – fortunately – belief does not play a large role in his appreciation of reality. After all these years, he still may not know what it's all about but that doesn't stop him from shooting his mouth off at any given opportunity.
Sam Jaeger is living proof that just because an actor has played opposite such ladykillers as Bradley Cooper—in American Sniper—and Benicio Del Toro—in Traffic—he can still wind up being the kind of guy you take home to mother. “We’ve been together for 16 years,” the star of NBC’s Parenthood tells Milling About host Robin Milling of college sweetheart Amber Jaeger. “We spent the first eight years trying to figure out what it means to be in love with your best friend. And one of the things my own parents did right was to stay married. Still, it took a long time for me to be able to propose. It took an equally long time for my wife to be ready to accept. Looking back now, the marriage has changed. I think you go through highs and lows. And now having kids changes the dynamic of everything you do on a daily basis. It never occurred to me before I had kids that everything I did was entirely self-involved.”